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Use these seasoning mixtures as a salt alternative on the table.
You are authorized to produce commercial sodium-free herbal
seasoning mixtures. However, you are prohibited from using
commercial salt substitutes.
Table salt for dinner use.
Authorized, granulated, nonnutritive sugar substitutes in addition to
Use the following procedures to prepare and to serve meals in an AA dining
Use TM 10-412 recipes in food preparation.
Trim excessive fat from meat.
Offer a nonfried entree as an alternative when you feature a fried
Make reduced portion sizes available at meals.
Serve cooked vegetables, to include potato and potato substitutes,
without margarine, butter, sauces, or gravies.
Use the breakfast fitness bar concept to provide alternatives to the
traditional breakfast menu.
Serve gravy on side rather than directly over meat.
Use the following training standards:
Provide installation training programs to assist food service personnel in
Base installation training on established DA policy and guidance. The HQDA
food management assistance team (FMAT) provides additional training
assistance during scheduled or requested visits.
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